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How do I create a Sharepoint survey app for anonymous access

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Hi,

I just created a survey app in O365 SharePoint. But when I send the link to external users they need to login with a Windows account or an organisation account.
Isn't there a way to let them login anonymously?

(I'm not creating an Excel Survey in O365, it is a survey app. ;-) )
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Not really ;-)
I've already found that article and it's a great one, however this is an excel survey and not a SharePoint survey app. :(
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My apologies, I did read that you stated SharePoint not sure why I didn't catch that.  Anyway have you modified the permissions to allow anonymous access?  If not take at this "SharePoint" link and see if it gets you where you want. :)

http://departments.kings.edu/learninghub/sharepoint/02survey4anon.htm
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It was a good try, but it appears that sharing the Syrevy App to anonymous users is not supported in Office 365 SharePoint 2013 edition ;-) So I'll accept both of your pervious answers. The first one I already knew, the second one helped me in finding that it is unsupported...
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Thank you and I apologize for not being able to provide you the direct answer.  However, I am glad you were able to find the answer you needed.
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